He also invites them to let their children go back to school.
On Monday 1 May 2017, the 131st edition of the International Labor Day was celebrated. Once again, the inhabitants of the capital of the Northwest region observed a “Ghost Town”, launched last October by a consortium. The governor of this region, Adolphe Lele Lafrique Deben Tchoffo, following the speech of the spokesman of the trade unionists, urged the workers to turn their backs from civil disobedience.
But before that, he drew up a rather disastrous record of the losses recorded by his region, in the context of this crisis that persists. Indeed, based on statistics drawn from good sources, it appears that in the education sector, the city of Bamenda loses on average CFAF 600 million per month, compared to CFAF 815 million in tourism, 1 billion FCFA in the banking sector, among others.
“Some workers have lost their jobs, companies have closed their doors, the Internet cut has kneeled some structures … those who pay the heavy price of this crisis are the employees of the private sector, “He said. Hence his call to the awareness but above all to no longer listen to the sirens to the civil disobedience launched by “unscrupulous people who reside abroad“, we read in Le Messager of Wednesday 3 May 2017. He therefore urges workers not to “put their talents to the service of division and destruction. I appeal to others to remobilize and resume service, the children to return to school, the economic operators who have closed their businesses to reopen them and that the activities resume definitively in the region of the Northwest “The Governor exhorts.